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OCAL CON TROLACCOUNTABILITY ACCOU N TAB ILITY PLAN S PLANS LOCAL LCONTROL

District Goals as Reported in 2014-15 LCAP “Now – decades later ... we have finally created a much fairer system of school funding, called the Local Control Funding Formula. Under the provisions of this law, state funds are directed to school districts based on the needs of their students. Districts will get significantly more funds based on the number of students from foster care, low-income families and non-English-speaking parents. This program also breaks with decades of increasing centralization by reducing state control in favor of local flexibility. Clear goals are set, and their enforcement is entrusted to parents and local officials. This puts California in the forefront of educational reform.” Governor Brown

In collaboration with stakeholders, Lake County Districts have adopted the following goals:

Kelseyville Unified School District

Konocti Unified School District

Increase student achievement for all students including students with disabilities, foster youth, low-income and EL students.

Improve student achievement through deeply engaging teaching and learning, CCSS implementation, and monitoring of student progress, both during and after school.

Schools will seek parental input in decision making and promote parent involvement.

Students will be introduced to, experience, and explore a variety of electives and enrichments that promote college and career readiness within an articulated program. Increase positive school culture by creating a kind, supportive, healthy and collaborative learning environment. Improve communication through a variety of communication sources on an ongoing and timely basis, ensuring transparency and keeping all stakeholders informed and connected.

LCAP 14


Annual Report 2014/15